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Stay plugged in to #theEPICLife with the the latest nutrition & training tips, success stories, and motivational content.



 

How To Overcome Your Weight Loss Plateau

13.03.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

No one said it would be easy. Hitting your target weight goals can be tough! And it can be incredibly discouraging when you’ve lost a bunch of weight, your energy has increased, you are sleeping better, everything seems to be going great … and then it stops. Hitting a weight loss plateau isn’t totally uncommon though! You are not alone. T...

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Stop Running Out of Breath

06.11.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

There’s nothing that makes us feel out of shape quite like being winded after climbing a flight of stairs, being short of breath after walking the dog or just struggling to keep up on a walk. Well, for starters, it’s great that you’re getting up to do those things … but now, how do we stop running out of breath? Breathlessness is a sign o...

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Movement Matters

22.01.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

HOW WE ASSESS YOU, AND WHY. THE FUNCTIONAL HUMAN MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT  How can you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you are? This is why we start every journey with our clients with our full EPIC Life Assessment. In that time we assess bio-markers like intra and extracellular hydration and blood pressure as well as psycholog...

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Finding Direction Again

04.06.2018 by Marissa Hamon

Before I came to EPIC Fitness + Lifestyle I was feeling a little lost in my fitness journey. I had ended a varsity hockey career a couple years prior and during that time had suffered four concussions. This had set me back with post-concussion symptoms of multiple headaches a day and chronic neck pain. I was unable to get through a regula...

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Mix Up Your Pushup Variations

26.10.2017 by Stephanie Karlovits

Pushups are a main staple exercise but they can get boring and repetitive. Why not mix it up? There are plenty of progressions and variations with this exercise so we’d like to share a few of them with you. Remember that you should always go for your own depth and as you get stronger, they’ll get deeper! Check out these pushup variations ...

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